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Mudslider

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  1. These be slow Zeppelin days. Ain't that right fiddler?
  2. My wife and it was almost a deal breaker for me, but love is love is Led Zeppelin, so be my mistress
  3. I agree and would add its pointless to compare any of LZ's LP's. They are all fantastic pieces of music; a little of everything on each and every one. It's like two girlfriends from the past that were both great, just different and with LZ's LP's you don't have to pay alimony; some of you will get that. I remember in Jr High when LZ III came out.....we all thought it was crap compared to the first two. How wrong we were and by the time I hit college it was my favorite and still is to this day, but enjoy them all! Favorite Live Song: several versions of 1977 No Quarter Favorite studio Song: Since I've been loving you. It will change tomorrow and thats due to LZ's creativity....and I agree, every AC/DC song sounds pretty much the same. They have energy and seem to really enjoy touring still.... I give them that, but after the 3rd song you kinda know whats going to hit you next.
  4. PJ has been opening with "Pendulum", a moody slow melodic tune that began with Mike walking onstage with a violin bow in one hand and his guitar in the other. An older british gentleman miles away would be proud. PJ is certainly one great band if you have never seen them live. Matt is one of the best drummers I have ever heard; amazing!
  5. I certainly don't dislike TSRTS film / soundtrack; it Zeppelin, but its my least favorite of all their releases and the only release that I feel that is dated when "watched" today. The film has not stood the test of time like their music. Just MHO. The fantasy sequences must have been hard to live down; pretty silly self-indulgent stuff, but again, its Zeppelin so who's complaining! I wish it was a full concert start to finish with no edits and goofy fantasy crap!
  6. My feelings over the past several years is that Page is open to anything Zeppelin and nothing else. He can add to his legacy on the sidelines with a few Zeppelin projects than persuing a solo career.
  7. Yeah, suspect to say the least. I don't see a shred of proof that THIS is the same guitar. The link to "It might get loud" is also broken.
  8. Jimmy seemed very itchy; some of you will get that.
  9. Misty Mountain offers fine sking like experiences just a hop away in Headley Grange, a famous mansion rumored to be associated with invisable ski lifts and slopes 40 miles long, in Hampshire, England.
  10. Oops....ignore the above....I had meant to link the entire Landover 77' show, not just Kashmir! There is no doubt amongst the experts as to whom the "better drummer" is, regardless of that enjoy them both. My answer is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FW3r0j_0t8
  11. There is no doubt amongst the experts as to whom the "better drummer" is, regardless of that enjoy them both. My answer is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poUkw5-1l60&list=PLEBA48DB368B90BC7
  12. Lot's of resembalance to JP. Pardon me, however, but is she pregnant?
  13. I have to admit seeing Paul McCartney last July at Safeco Field in Seattle blew my mind. I had 11th row center seats and he played 3 hours non-stop without one moment being boring. His backup band was terrific. Great show. It was the first full length concert at Safeco. Being 71 years old he was amazing! The 3 remaining members of Nirvana joined him for the encores. Amazing. I enjoy JT movies, but can do without his music.....he's very talented for what he does but the music is not my cup.
  14. Mr. Fearon and Mr Page should take a look at EBAY. I have mixed feelings about "Bootlegs". Enjoy listening to live shows, both in the present and days gone by, but I certainly understand how any given artisits may feel exploited; both financially and artistically.
  15. Some drunk in a bar told someone, who told a crack head, who knows a cousin, who's cousin's best friend is a part-time DJ on a struggling no-name radio station that in Robert Plant was free in 2014...... so it must mean.............as we know, "A LOAD OF BOLLOCKS."
  16. My very favorite LIVE version of "SINCE I'VE BEEN LOVING YOU" is Seattle 1972. In my humble opinion, it is nothing short of "BLISS". What is yours?
  17. Does your Username have meaning? I'm sure most of ours do. For me MudslideĀ® explained: My very first Led Zeppelin boot was called Mudslide. I remember back in the 70's going down to the University of Washington Ave and visiting numerous record shops. When I saw this bootleg something came over me and I had to have it. It quickly became a favorite of mine as I listened to it over and over trying to decide if I would be better suited as a guitarist or drummer........I ened up playing Jazz piano. Go figure. Focusing on a March 21, 1970 show at Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, Canada, Mudslide was among the more highly regarded bootleg LPs by Led Zeppelin that surfaced in the 1970s. The original version came from Trademark of Quality, one of the 1970s' top bootleg labels. Vinyl reissues of Mudslide were subsequently provided by Mushroom and other bootleggers, and in 1998, the illicit OMS label came out with a CD version titled The Ultimate Mudslide. It's easy to understand why collectors held the old Mudslide LP in such high regard -- the sound quality is excellent, and Zeppelin is triumphant on gems that include "Heartbreaker," "Communication Breakdown," "Whole Lotta Love," and "Since I've Been Loving You." Unfortunately, the songs are out of order on this LP -- something that OMS claimed to correct when it put out The Ultimate Mudslide. But even so, Mudslide is a bootleg that serious Zeppelin fans were thrilled to acquire. Because vinyl versions of Mudslide are incredibly difficult to find now, collectors should keep an eye out for the OMS reissue.
  18. On the afternoon of 21 November 1995, while driving to his home at Eastbourne, Grant suffered a fatal heart attack, his son Warren by his side. He was 60 years old. Grant was buried on 4 December 1995 at Hellingly Cemetery with the funeral service held at St. Peter and St. Paul's Church, Hellingly, East Sussex. His eulogy was read by long time friend Alan Callan.[27] Coincidentally, it was the 15th anniversary of Led Zeppelin's official breakup. His final public appearance had been at the final night of the Page and Plant tour at the Wembley Arena in July 1995.
  19. Your an idiot. More whites die each year from the hands of blacks than the other way around. There is no powershift, but a redistribution of wealth that is killing america and stagnating the economy. Socialism does not work.
  20. Take your racist anti-white BS out of here. This was unfortunate, but has likely occured a hundred times across the countrey over the years with people of all races.
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